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Pressure Washing

Pressure Washing

Our professional driveway power washing methods can quickly make a difference in the appearance of your driveway. The dirty areas on your driveway can take over the look and make it look dingy and overall, terribly bad. In addition, parking your car on your driveway each day adds dirt and grime such as oil stains, tire tracks, and other harmful chemicals. These types of stains can be difficult to remove and look unappealing.


Pressure washing uses high pressure to remove dirt, grime, algae, and mold. The water used is the normal temperature that comes out of the hose. The difference is the water flows through a tank that applies pressure. Pressure washers can be either gas or electric driven. The pressure can range anywhere from 1300 to 4,000 psi of pressure. There is a variety of nozzles available to use for different applications.

Power Washing

Pressure washing is a method of using hot water to clean dirt, grime, algae, mold, or anything else on your home or business. The water is normal pressure. A power washing is used for:


  • Cleaning vinyl, aluminum or wood siding

  • Getting rid of mildew and mold

  • Killing weeds or algae

  • Clean gutters

  • Brightening your driveway and walkway

  • Getting gum off the sidewalks

  • Refreshing your deck or patio

  • Getting your home or business ready for sale


Using water at a high temperature makes it easier to get things clean. It also kills algae and mol that could affect your health.


Now that you’ve read up on the big difference between the power washer vs. pressure washer and determined which is right for your cleaning job, it’s time to put that knowledge into action and get your pressure wash on!

Hiring a commercial pressure washer is the easiest way to ensure the job’s done right. Professional pressure washers are also more powerful than home versions.

Questions? We have answers. Get in touch to talk shop or get a free estimate for your next big cleaning job.

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